Protein classification. Lecture 8 Chapter 4 (end). Definition - protein classification. Grouping of similar proteins based on their structure, function, or size Globular vs filamentous vs helical Cataytic vs structural Small vs large vs very large. Protein Subunits & Domains.
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Chapter 4 (end)
(Difficulty factor [1-10] = 6)
For each of the following sentences, fill in the blanks with the best word or phrase selected from the list below. Not all words or phrases will be used; each word or phrase should be used only once.
Which of the following statements about the basic chemistry of cells is TRUE?
What sets the limit on the size of structure that can be seen in a light microscope?
The wavelength of light
The most reliable feature distinguishing a eucaryotic cell from a procaryotic cell is the
Circle the appropriate cell type in which the listed structure or molecule can be found. Note that the structure or molecule can be found in more than one type of cell.
A. Write out the sequence of amino acids in the following peptide using the full names of the amino acids.